News that a fourth-grader in the hospital for severe epilepsy was asked to take a standardized test has angered parents and galvanized the anti-standardized testing crowd. As reported in The Washington Post , Joey Furlong was lying in a hospital bed, hoo
Joey Furlong, hospitalized fourth-grader asked to take a standardized test, becomes a symbol in high-stakes testing battle
2013-05-05T21:00:50-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, General, Medical|Tags: all disabilities, epilepsy, high stakes testing, seizure, seizures|0 Comments
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